Also Noted ... Wireless technology keeps 'crash cart' meds current; Epocrates sees BlackBerry growth; and much more

> Ohio-based health services firm Lakeshore Health System is seeking a patent on a wireless system that notifies hospital pharmacies whenever a "crash cart" is used. Article

> Epocrates is reaping big sales growth from BlackBerry users. Article (But we already knew that, didn't we?)

> Software vendor NetMotion Wireless is touting the benefits of mobile communications inside and outside the hospital environment. White paper (.pdf)

> HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins headline a mobile health summit in D.C. next week. Press release

> The World Bank is jumping on the mobile health bandwagon. Website

And Finally... Wireless technology is putting people to shame. Literally. Article

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